Car and Trucks

How Extreme Heat Affects Your Engine

By |June 29th, 2015|

The average operating temperature of a passenger car/light truck engine is up to 235ºF, and higher under heavy loads. Motorists are becoming more familiar with the technologies responsible for this increased heat, specifically turbochargers and direct fuel injection. Automakers are designing engines using these performance-enhancing technologies to keep pace with increasingly strict fuel economy and […]

Today’s Complex Transmissions Require Premium Fluids

By |May 30th, 2015|

The complexity of today’s automatic transmissions can baffle even seasoned technicians. Modern transmissions feature more gears, clutch packs and narrow oil passageways that require a steady supply of high-quality fluid. Without it, performance suffers and failure can ensue, leading to thousands of dollars in repairs.

To make matters worse, towing and hauling capacities continue to increase […]

2015 Freeland Memorial Day Car Show and Cruise (Burnouts and Blown Tires!!)

By |May 23rd, 2015|

So the last video is of my old truck i sold to the fellow below that won the 2015 Freeland Memorial Day Car Show burnout contest. It started out as a humble mail delivery truck and I racked up the miles to 315,000 before selling it. I ran AMSOIL in it for all the years […]

The 10th Annual Robert H. Kenvin Memorial Car Show and Cruise in FREELAND this Saturday May 23rd 2015

By |May 21st, 2015|

2015 Freeland Car Show Burnouts Videos (Click Here)

Outstanding Cooling-System Protection

By |May 16th, 2015|

A vehicle’s engine generates enough heat to destroy itself, and it is up to the cooling system to keep the engine within a safe operating temperature range. Preventive maintenance, including fluid maintenance, is essential to extending radiator and engine life and keeping them in top working order.

The new line of premium AMSOIL Antifreeze/Coolants provides outstanding […]

Premium Protection: Ford Mustang

By |May 5th, 2015|

Premium Protection for High-Horsepower Ford Mustangs
AMSOIL adds 5W-50 viscosity to its Signature Series line.
Combining sports styling and muscle with options that appeal to the mass market, the Ford Mustang is widely considered an American classic. Introduced at the New York World’s Fair on April 17, 1964 and buoyed by network advertising and appearances as the […]

Reduced ZDDP And Wear Protection

By |May 2nd, 2015|

The Debate Over Reduced ZDDP and Wear Protection

Do modern motor oils formulated with reduced zinc and phosphorus anti-wear additives provide adequate engine protection? It’s a question some industry insiders, auto enthusiasts and motorists have been asking for years. And as engine builders and classic-car owners continue to experience engine failures they attribute to reduced zinc […]

The AMSOIL “Tow Package”

By |April 30th, 2015|

Synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluids and Severe Gear® Provide Maximum Protection for Extreme Operating Conditions

Whether hauling heavy tools and equipment to a job site or towing a boat for a relaxing weekend on the lake, many vehicles are subjected to extreme operating conditions and hot temperatures in the summer, placing an increased level of stress on […]

Conventional Vs. Synthetics

By |April 19th, 2015|

Oil, whether synthetic or petroleum-based, consists of molecular chains of hydrogen and carbon atoms, referred to as hydrocarbons. Petroleum crude oil is a thick, highly flammable dark-brown or greenish liquid with high energy densities. Many contaminating elements exist in this complex mixture of hydrocarbons, including sulfur, nitrogen, oxygen and metal components such as nickel or vanadium. Petroleum […]

AMSOIL P.i.® Provides Solution to Dirty

By |April 19th, 2015|

As vehicle mileage increases, engine performance suffers from gasoline-generated deposits that form on the fuel injectors, intake valves and combustion chamber. Additives are required to control deposit formation, but today’s fuels lack sufficient treatments of high-quality additives. That is why so many vehicles experience lost fuel economy, lost power and poor throttle response, failed emission […]